Bhut Jolokia, Dorset Naja, Ghost Pepper, Naga Jolokia... What's the deal behind these so called Super Hot strain of Peppers from India?
When the weather outside where you are growing the ghost pepper seeds has a consistently warm air and soil temperature, the ghost pepper seedlings outdoors.
Successfully planting ghost pepper seeds requires a sufficiently hot climate and careful attention to watering.
Growing Ghost Peppers is fun and very rewarding and now you can grow your own using the same seeds we use to produce all of the Ghost Pepper products in our store.
The Bhut jolokia (Assamese: ভূত-জলকীয়া, IPA: [ˈbʱʊt.zɔˌlɔkiˌja]), also known as ghost pepper, ghost chili, U-morok, red naga, naga jolokia and ghost jolokia, is an interspecific hybrid chili pepper cultivated in the Indian states of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Nagaland and Manipur.
In India, ghost peppers are used as a medicine for stomach ailments and eaten to cool the body by inducing perspiration during the hot summer months.
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Native to India and Sri Lanka, Jolokia peppers thrives in warm weather climates, and need a year or two to begin to produce peppers.
In fact, in India the name for this chili differs from region to region. But we can all agree that in English, ghost pepper fits just perfectly − it
One brought me the seeds of a Northeast U.S. favorite, the Italian Long Hot from New jersey. These were claimed to be a very hot version. Another brought me a Pepper Plant claiming it was the Hottest Pepper in the World.The Naga Jolokia better known as the Ghost Pepper from India.